Bernard Teo Tiat How
ASAFRAPC, APPC, HON.SAFRAPC, HON.FSAFRAPC, HON.FSCPS
SAFRA Photo Club Committee from 1986-1992
Chairman of SAFRA Photo Club in 1993-1995
Advisor to SAFRA Photo Club from 1996 till to date.
I started photography as a hobby in 1985 and mastered all the courses conducted by SAFRA Photographic Club. This hobby has developed into a passion in me. Personally, I enjoy taking most of the sports & local events photography. But nature & travel is still my favorites subjects, all my holiday trips are purely travel photography trips.
One of my most memorable events was organsing & participating in the “Alternative” a Photography Art Exhibition held at the Singapore National Museum in 1998 by SAFRA Photo Club, the first local Photo Club to have their works exhibited there.
The same pictures were subsequently chosen to participate in the “Earth Water Spirit” Nature Photography Exhibition held at UGO Mulas Photography Museum in Castello di Santirana, Italy from 4th Jun 1999 to 4th Sept 1999.
Official Photographers for Singapore National Day Parade Souvenir Magazine from 1993 to 1997.
The biggest breakthrough was when I was invited by the Beijing Municipal People’s Government to do a one-week shooting event in the Chinese Capital call “World Photographers Focus on Beijing” in May 2000. The photos will be included in an album to honor the Beijing 2000 Sixth Summit Conference of Major Cities of the World and displayed during the conference. The event was held to promote Beijing prior to the nomination for the 2008 Olympic Games Host.
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Many others local /national contest…etc.
Judges of many Int’l & Local Competitions:
8 Singapore Colour Photographic Societies Int’l Salons Competition 2015, Nature Section Judge.
9 Photographic Societies of Singapore Int’l Salons Competition 2016, Nature Section Judge.
10 Singapore Colour Photographic Societies Int’l Salons Competition 2017, Nature Section Judge.
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